Ottawa University’s largest campus, with more than 2.5 million students, has been ranked by The Globe and Mail as one of the country’s top 20 undergraduate universities by a list of researchers and policy experts.
Ottawa was named as a top Canadian university by the Canadian Association of University Teachers in May and June, and its rankings are based on student outcomes.
Its overall score was 3.2 on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 representing a perfect score and 5 being the worst possible.
Its rankings are not publicly available, but The Globe reported the university has a “very solid” reputation.
The university’s rankings were based on the number of students who completed the required courses and the number who graduated.
That number, however, was not the only measure of the university’s success.
The faculty is also ranked, and the university was ranked in terms of the quality of the faculty and the quality and diversity of the student body.
“This is the highest ranking we have ever had at Ottawa,” said Bruce McBride, president of the Canadian Council for Independent Colleges and Universities, which represents the university.
“It means we have to do our very best to build a world-class university that is welcoming to all Canadians, not just those who are wealthy and well connected.”
According to the list, the University of Waterloo in Ontario was named the best university in Canada in 2016.
The University of Calgary, the oldest university in Alberta, was ranked No. 6, with a score of 3.5, according to The Globe.
The University of Toronto, which is located in Toronto, was named No. 3 in the world, and McMaster University, which has a campus in Hamilton, was No. 4.
The rankings were published Wednesday in The Conversation, the online journal of the University at Buffalo.
The paper said the rankings were influenced by a survey of more than 4,000 students, faculty, staff and alumni.
“Ottawa University’s success is not due to our high standards of academic excellence, but rather to the exceptional character of our faculty and our vibrant community,” said Stephen Harper, the prime minister of Canada.
“It is the culmination of many years of dedication and hard work, and we congratulate you on the award.”
Harper also said Ottawa’s universities are ranked in the top 10 countries in the World Economic Forum’s ranking of global universities.
The country’s universities have been ranked among the top 100 globally by The Times Higher Education World University Rankings, based on international education quality.
In Canada, Ottawa University has been named to The Times Top 100 University Rankings list for five consecutive years.
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